The Inca Quarry Trail Trek is only offered by a few companies because it is so off of the beaten path(hidden inca Quarry trail). It is less traveled than the classic Inca trail . there are opportunities to interact with local communities and to visit smaller and less known Inca archaeological sites and the beautiful mountain vistas of the Vilcabamba and Urubamba
mountain ranges provide the opportunity to encounter dramatic landscapes. Along the Quarry trail we will get to experience the lifestyles of Quechua farming communities, whose culture and customs have not changed for centuries. We will travel through traditional villages like Socma and Rayan . This trek is recommended for people who like solitude and exploring the less popular route to Machu Picchu. The probable highlight and last day of the trek will take place exploring the “Lost city of the Inca”, Machu Picchu and traveling back to Cusco by train. The Quarry Trail to Machu Picchu is perfect for those who want to head off-the-
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BRIEFING: The day before the trek, you will meet with your trekking guide at our EXPLORE ADVENTURES office and meet all the members of your group. Your guide will explain to you about the trek, route and all the necessary recommendations will be provided to you. This will take approximately 40 minutes, where you will receive your duffel bags that will be carried by horses along the trail. Horses accompany you to help carry your bag and camping equipment. And are there to help provide a leg up if you find yourself struggling.
Highlights of the Quarry Trail
-Great views of Sacred Valley, river, and mountains.
-Perolniyoq remote Waterfall and Inca ruins of Perolniyoq
-Enjoy stunning panoramic views of breathtaking valleys
-Amazing Views of Veronica Mountain!!
-Discover a unique Inca hidden of Choquetacarpo ruins
-Real Inca mummies tomb
-Hike to Inti Punku Sungate
-You get a great view of Ollaytantambo
-Hike by Fertile fields in the Sacred Valley
-Witness the work of the Incas at the Cachicata Quarry
-Ollantaytambo town, the last living Inca city